"Crystal clear" Samsung Galaxy F leaked again, this time in its full glory

"Crystal clear" Samsung Galaxy F leaked again, this time in its full glory
The supposedly metal-clad upcoming Samsung Galaxy F has been all over the place this last month, and by now most of us have reason enough to believe that an official launch is imminent. Not to be confused with the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A, the Galaxy F is believed to be both a higher-spec'd version and one in a more premium shell. This last part is corroborated by the latest, official-looking render of the Galaxy F in "crystal clear", courtesy of @evleaks.

This is not the first time we see what the alleged Galaxy F looks like, and we've even seen parts of the crystal clear version before, but now you can bask in its full glory. Once again, the phone appears to be sporting a metal or at least a metallic-looking rear shell, so we might see Samsung finally respond to consumer feedback at last. 

In terms of hardware, the Galaxy F is expected to keep the S5's novel heart-rate monitor, along with its 16-megapixel ISOCELL camera. New on the list is an upgraded Snapdragon 805 processor and probably some extra RAM. The Galaxy F is also expected to make use of a 5.3-inch, Quad HD resolution (1440 x 2560 pixels) display. If we were to venture a guess, the Galaxy F, if real, is a few months away from reality. 


source: evleaks

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